Monthly Archives: December 2014

Day 45 – Random holiday food coma musings

By |December 25th, 2014|

Straddling a serious food coma and a major onset of contentedness I feel myself on the verge of mushy.  There’s nothing like a mild case of breast cancer to make a person stop and take stock of their blessings.

 

 

—– and this this happened—–

 

That’s the grandest grandson ever.  Thing 1 version 2 has the ability […]

Day 43 – I’ve got a case of the fuckits

By |December 23rd, 2014|

Not a bad kind of fuckit but more of a lackadaisical lost a little give-a-shit kinda fuckit.  It’s a good fuckit.  I’m enjoying it.

and the candle smells amazing too :)

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P.S.  Nobody should feel this good after chemo.  I almost feel guilty for feeling as well as I do.  A little tired, queasy from time […]

Day 39 – First round of chemo

By |December 19th, 2014|

Give me a moment to backtrack to yesterday.  A former client, now good friend drove me to the hospital for the procedure that put my chemo port in place.  It was so great to catch up because she’s really one of my absolute favorite people on this earth.  I’m glad to have had that […]

Day 37 – Cranial Prosthesis

By |December 18th, 2014|

I shit you not.  The prescription says “Cranial Prosthesis”

It’s day 37.  To say that I’m overwhelmed would be an understatement.  Until this past Monday I was going to try and delay chemo until after the holidays but on Monday I changed my mind.  I’m not sure the cause but, I suddenly got ok with […]

Day 24 – Fierce and Brave

By |December 4th, 2014|

Topsy turvy, upside down and sideways – this cancer thing is one twist and turn after another.  So far I think the biggest adjustment I’ve had to make is the one with my mind.  Cancer is a game of hurry up and wait, come to terms with one thing then the next moment it […]